B. F. (Benjamin Franklin) McCutchen was a private in Company I, 6th Kentucky Mounted Infantry, C. S. A.. His health deteriorated significantly during the war, prompting him to pay for a replacement to complete his service. In this letter, McCutchen...
Letter written at Carnton Plantation, Franklin, Tennessee, from Dr. Alexander Jackson to his wife, Unis Jackson, in Jackson, Tenessee, describing Colonel McGavock's Confederate cemetery from the Battle of Franklin.
Letter from James C. Snell, C. S. A., in Corinth, Mississippi to wife Melissa letting her know that he is alive, and that he had been to Winchester, Tennessee; Huntsville, Alabama; and Summerville, Alabama. He writes about the amount of wounded.
Letter from Margaret McClarty Maxwell to her husband, Edwin W. R. Maxwell (May 16, 1805 - August 15, 1873), defending the scarcity and brevity of her previous letters and relaying family news. They had nine children.
Letter from James Thomas to Mr. John E. Morris of Hartford, Connecticut, regarding business and his service as First Lieutenant of Company F, 47th Regiment North Carolina Infantry during the Civil War.